Everything You Need to Know About Planting Calla Lilies: A Step-By-Step Guide
This step-by-step guide will teach you everything there is to know about planting Calla Lilies, whether you're a beginner or an experienced gardener.
The Calla Lily flower prefers very moist environments, which explains why it grows well in swampy areas or soil with heavy organic matter.
About the Calla Lily Plant
How to Plant Calla Lily Plants
(A Step-by-Step Guide)
For most parts of the country, the best time to plant Calla Lilies is in the early spring. It is best to wait until the danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up to at least 65ºF.
When to Plant Calla Lilies
It’s important to ensure that you have well-draining soil that contains well-rotted compost, damp peat moss, cow manure, or bone meal.
Find an Area Where They’re Going to Grow Best
To plant your Calla Lilies, you’ll need to dig a hole 3-4 inches deep and place the rhizomes with the “eyes,” or growing tips pointed upward.
Get Your Calla Lily Rhizomes Into the Ground
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